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Prevention of late postpneumonectomy complications using a 3D printed lung in dog models [BASIC SCIENCE]

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Repositioning of the mediastinum with implantation of a prosthesis seems the favoured approach to treat late complications of pneumonectomy caused by mediastinal shift. However,the traditional prostheses are not designed specifically for use in the thoracic cavity,sometimes resulting in failure of treatment for many reasons. The aim of our study was to [...]

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The mission of the nonprofit American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS),the publisher of Science,is to advance science for the benefit of all humankind. Science contributes to that mission by communicating the very best research across the full range of scientific fields to an extremely broad international audience. The research enterprise has [...]

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Science Awards Best Paper of the Year to Albert Einstein College of Medicine

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With Uganda anti-gay bill alive,clinicians,researchers seek to answer President Museveni’s questions on science,homosexuality

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Ahead of Super Bowl,a Push to Raise Awareness About Human Trafficking —The Christian Science Monitor

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